The Coincidences Are Killing Me (part one)
Dateline: February 14 ’11 – Gaming, Hotel, & Resort
Standard Operating Procedures
The coincidences of a (dis)abled man and dog being “black balled” from a set of casino-hotels on February 8th is overwealming against the disadvantaged. The gaming business can be ruthless to some unsuspecting people. Etiquette, civility, and fairness are illusive.
At the face of it, everything that “happens in Vegas may stay in Vegas” but every move in public areas is monitored and recorded. Someone with a visible (dis)ability is very easy to trail on modern high definition video monitors. Although “a picture is worth a thousand words” those who keep the casino bank make the rules and securely maintain their proprietary information.
With this in mind, it is understandable that the local Casino Security Unit did not explain the details or provide valid evidence for the “room guest eviction.”
Coincidentally, the security enforcement division did reveal confidential information (such as personal information about the complaining employee), under their corporate sexual-harrassment control policies, about the perpetrators of false claims to the man and dog that were “black-balled.”
Well, this is the dirty part of the gaming industry. Ignorance and insensitivity toward Americans with hidden and obvious (dis)abilities by corporate and site management is responsible for security enforcement officers following orders that seem very heartless and unethical.
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